How to eat at Hollywood’s 'it' restaurant tonight

Outtakes and extra tips from Bill Addison’s review of Mother Wolf, Evan Funke’s blockbuster ode to Roman cuisine.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 23, 2022
This week I review Mother Wolf, the Roman restaurant from pasta maestro Evan Funke that is a Hollywood production in every sense. I lead the piece with a celebrity sighting — something I’ve never done before and never expect to do again — but this...
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